The Body Language of Horses

The Body Language of Horses

Revealing the Nature of Equine Needs, Wishes, and Emotions, and How Horses Communicate Them : for Owners, Breeders, Trainers, Riders, and All Other Horse Lovers, Including Handicappers

Book - 1980
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Horses communicate with remarkable accuracy in a language of posture, gesture and sound. They express their needs, wishes and emotions to each other and to the rare human being who understands them. After reading this unprecedented, exciting and up-lifting book, you will understand the equine language. You therefore will know how to recognize:

A happy horse. A frightened horse. An angry horse. A bored horse. A grieving horse. A frustrated horse. A horse horse in pain. A playful horse. A proud horse. An eagerly competitive horse. And many horses more!

Moreover, you will know how to reassure the frightened, calm the angry, comfort the grieving, divert the bored -- and deal with most other human-equine difficulites. You will know how to educate a foal or rehabilitate a rogue. You will know how to look at race horses on their way to the starting gate and differentiate the likely winners from the losers.

You even will know how to buy a horse.

But best of all, you will finally understand what these grand animals are all about, and you will know better than ever before how they (and we) fit into nature's scheme of things.

Publisher: New York : Morrow, 1980
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780688036201
0688036201
Branch Call Number: ANF 636.1083
Characteristics: 208 p. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Ledbetter, Bonnie

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